Saturday, February 6, 2010

The Media Is Making You Sick

Not long after the mass media decided to help the tax payer subsidized vaccine industry push more multi-billion dollar Thimerosal-containing vaccines on America's infants, toddlers, and pregnant women good folks across this land began to wise up.

The sage questions and astute statements resound indicating a new era of vaccine awareness has come to pass.

"If the mercury is out, like they say on the news, why is it still in?" "Why did they bring in yet another mercury-containing vaccine?" "Where's the dead pigs?" "How do you pronounce Guillain-Barre Syndrome? Ya know? The paralysis caused by vaccines?" "Why do they make little babies get two shots when they have their mommy's antibody protection to keep them from getting sick for their first two years?" "They're must know the rates are dropping so they're pushing Thimerosal-containing vaccines to create new cases of Autism." "They told everybody the mercury is out. Funny how they keep finding excuses to inject Thimerosal into pregnant women and babies."

According to a vaccine industry media insider and spokesperson-at-large, Michael Fumento, one of the reasons for annual predictions of viral doom and gloom by vaccine industry front men at the U.S. Centers For Disease Control and Invention is making money by creating media-induced pandemic panics which play upon the unsuspecting public is easy.

While Fumento by all obvious appearances was inexplicably ignored by the vaccine industry during boondoggles like the Bird Flu and Swine Flu fiascoes he claims the media has the ability to spread illness.

"If you keep telling people over and over again 'you should be sick'...'there should be something wrong with you'...guess what's going to happen?", he asks. He adds with a sly smile, " Suddenly, oh! My throat is tightening up...I feel fatigued...I have insomnia. In other words, it's being spread by the media."

Fumento has recently begun to crank out propaganda material to assist vaccine industry officials lusting to rejuvenate Measles, Mumps, and Rubella vaccine sales.

His claim customized for American hypochondriacs is Measles is making a come back. What Fumento does not know is the MMR vaccine is proving futile at stemming cases of whatever is happening.

Reports from the UK state that clinics are re-vaccinating infants with MMR vaccine just one month after having given them the jab, apparently hoping that their zealous obedience will somehow make black magic wonders occur.

This futility is similar to the unethical actions of healthcare workers during the 2006 Iowa Mumps outbreak where 97% of Mumps victims had MMR history. In Iowa 2006, 1,400 or so college kids under ideal viral growth conditions came down with Mumps. Despite clearly being faced with a very high MMR failure rate, thousands were unnecessarily re-vaccinated.

The trouble happening now is with three out of four doctors unable to correctly identify rashes, DNA testing must be employed to tell if Measles is truly making a comeback or a plague of vaccine-strain Chicken Pox is still on the loose.

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